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Winners of the First Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge Announced

08-Apr-2016

Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany, and information solutions provider Elsevier have announced the winners of the first Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge. The winning projects demonstrate the diversity and creativity of green and sustainable chemistry. Elsevier and Leuphana ...

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Synthetic coral could remove toxic heavy metals from the ocean

28-Jul-2015

A new material that mimics coral could help remove toxic heavy metals like mercury from the ocean, according to a new study published in the Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. The researchers, from Anhui Jianzhu University in China, say their new material could provide inspiration for ...

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Fracking fluid chemicals uncovered, helping test for contamination

Science needs to catch up with the public awareness, say researchers

10-Apr-2015

The organic chemicals in fracking fluid have been uncovered in two new studies, providing a basis for water contamination testing and future regulation. The research, published in Trends in Environmental Analytical Chemistry and Science of the Total Environment, reveals that fracking fluid ...

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Can engineered carbon nanotubes help to avert our water crisis?

19-Mar-2015

Carbon nanotube (CNT) membranes have a bright future in addressing the world's growing need to purify water from the sea, researchers say in a study published in the journal Desalination."Currently, about 400 million people are using desalinated water and it has been projected that by 2025, 14 ...

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Cool it, quick: Rapid cooling leads to stronger alloys

Researchers reveal a new technique to produce high strength metallic alloys, at a lower cost using less energy

12-Jul-2013

A team of researchers from the University of Rostock has developed a new way to rapidly produce high strength metallic alloys, at a lower cost using less energy than before. It's expected that this breakthrough will profoundly change how we produce components used in a diverse range of ...

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Cool it, quick: Rapid cooling leads to stronger alloys

Researchers reveal a new technique to produce high strength metallic alloys, at a lower cost using less energy

11-Jul-2013

A team of researchers from the University of Rostock in Germany has developed a new way to rapidly produce high strength metallic alloys, at a lower cost using less energy than before. It's expected that this breakthrough will profoundly change how we produce components used in a diverse range of ...

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Elsevier Acquires the Beilstein Database

08-Mar-2007

Elsevier announced the acquisition through its subsidiary MDL Information Systems GmbH, of the Beilstein Database, the world's largest compilation of chemical facts and the premier database in the field of organic chemistry. Elsevier has been exclusively involved in both the production and ...

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